201 Bohemia Ave
Chesapeake City, MD 
(410) 885-2344

Lunch and Dinner

We ended up in Chesapeake City MD on the 4th of July. My friends' goal was to get seafood, on the water. My goal was to minimize the drive time. Chesapeake City, a historic small town on the canal that connects Chesapeake Bay to the Delaware River, is probably better known to boaters that drivers, but it was the perfect destination.

We got our seafood. And we were near water - the Tap Room is about a block from the canal. And we ate quite well. The blue crabs come regular style with Old Bay seasoning or in garlic. I opted for a plate of spaghetti with shrimp and scallops. Someone else had fried scallops. We also all had corn on the cob, Chesapeake style, which means sprinkled with Old Bay seasoning. And started with crab puffs reminiscent of Mrs. Paul's crab cakes, which is a good thing.

A great 4th of July or anytime in the summer destination.

July 2005